Kathy Ammon

is a resident of North Carolina, who has worked as a professional artist for 25 years Her paintings are distinguished by her expressive style and responsive approach to the figure and universal themes of love, faith and community. Kathy works in acrylics on canvas and wood panel, focused on revealing the sacred in human relationships and everyday life experiences. She received her formal training with a BA in Fine Art Painting from combined studies at USC and UT-Dallas. In 2007, Ammon was a recipient of the North Carolina Regional Artist Grant for publication of her book, Road to Damascus, a testimony of faith through art. Her work may be viewed at

Georgia Angelopoulos

studied calligraphy in high school with an art teacher trained in the British Arts and Crafts revival tradition. Her family in Greece, strongly rooted in the arts, inspired her to study Classical and Byzantine calligraphic models for inspiration. She studied art history in Greece and Canada and is very interested in historical letterforms and book culture. She is an active member of the Fairbanks Calligraphy Society in Canada and a member of the Society of Scribes and Illuminators and the Calligraphy and Lettering Arts Society in the UK. Visit Georgia's website here.

Cathy M. Grigsby

is a multi-media artist who has taught elementary school art for thirty years. She was recently named the 2013 Maine Art Education Association’s “Elementary Art Educator of the Year.” Grigsby is a believer that inside everyone is either the ability to create or appreciate art. Painting and fabric have been common threads in her work. Her fabric pieces are done by a process that disperses dye on paper, which is then cut into collages and printed using a dry mount press on polyester fabric. Sometimes she brings her experience as a quilter into these pieces by adding stitching and embellishment. Cathy is also a pastel artist who loves to paint outdoors. She tries to capture the reverence and awe she feels about the beauty that surrounds her in Maine.

David Klein

has been the artist for books newspapers, magazines, and advertisingfor 30 years. His clients include The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Franklin Library. St. Martin’s Press, McGraw Hill, Random House, Marvel and DC Comics. Industry recognition includes numerous awards from the Society of Newspapers Designers, the Society of Publication Designers as well as two Certificates of Merit from the Society of Illustrators. After his education at Pratt institute, David started his career as an artist for his father’s ad agency. Both his father and grandfather were graphic artists. He has been lending his artwork to Weavings since its inception.David resides in Brooklyn with his two children. Look at his portfolios at and read his blog at

Roderick MacIver

who's life and art have been nourished and inspired by time in wild places, works to express reverence for the mystery and beauty of the places he loves. The deep silence and deep peace of wild places are at the center of Rod’s work. “In my art, I try to flow, to capture the essence and spirit of that great flowing life, of struggle and silence and peace. I try to express the spirit and essence rather than the details which often distract.” He founded Heron Dance, an art and literary publication, in early 1995. To view more of his work, visit /Heron Dance Art Studio.

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